Fuelled by Japan's economic growth in the s, this practice was further evolved by the onsen industry in the Ishikawa Prefecture where the erotic nature of nyotaimori was used as a advertising tactic by the hot spring resorts to attract male customers who were on company trips to the region. The nyotaimori practice dwindled as family and private trips to the onsen destinations became increasingly popular in the s and it was subsequently adopted by catering and sex establishments as an exotic attraction. Due to the lack of primary sources, the misconceptions of nyotaimori's origin persisted when the practice became internationally known through popular culture. In traditional nyotaimori, the model is generally expected to lie still at all times and not talk with guests. The sushi is placed on sanitized leaves on the model's body to prevent skin-to-fish contact and on sufficiently flat areas of the body off which the sushi will not roll.
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